Matrix Resurrection Trailer Landed, and it has a lot to absorb at once. In addition to instilling the idea that Neo is an ordinary person living a simulated life in The Matrix, Teaser suggested when the film would be set, and how this simulation changed. Make fun of other weird details about what.
Below, we’ve picked up 11 important things from the Matrix 4 trailer and explained what each one means. Some of these are pretty obvious-but couples may blow your mind.
1. Neo lives a normal life.
Taking blue pills and watching the therapist (played by Neil Patrick Harris and wearing blue glasses), in this movie, Neo is probably living a different life in another version of the matrix. You can see that. From the sequence of events, it can only be inferred that this is the beginning of the film, he encounters Trinity (he also seems to live a normal life) and has a strange dream of simulation. After that, you will meet a blue-haired character played by Jessica Henwick. He calls him Neo.
2. … but he now looks like another man
When Keanu Reeves Neo looks in the mirror, another white-haired man looks back. It was first discovered in one of the teaser videos displayed on The Matrix Resurrections website earlier this week. In the same bathroom, I was seen biting a blue pill.
3. The Matrix movie seems to exist in this Matrix
This is wild (sauce) – The Matrix appears to appear within the Matrix for this movie. From around 32 minutes of the first movie, you’ll see a short shot of Neo after taking the red pills. This could be the reason why Jonathan Groff’s character at the end of the trailer asks, “After all these years, it’s back to where everything started. Go back to The Matrix.” This suggests that the Keanu Reeves character has an identity problem, and he believes he is The One, probably as a result of watching the movie. But that’s our guess.
4. Many Alice in Wonderland References
From the very immediate selection of “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane to the literal appearance of the book (the woman with the book played by Priyanker Chopra wears red glasses), the Matrix Resurrection is great Lewis Carroll Regarding Carroll’s reference to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland-as its predecessor did (“Follow the White Rabbit” is the word Trinity typed into Neo at the beginning of the first movie).
There is also a white rabbit tattoo on the arm of the Jessica Henwick character. A blue-haired woman who calls the Reeves character Neo in the trailer. Fans don’t have to remember that tattoos were the rabbit in question Neo saw in the first movie, which led to him meeting Trinity.
5. Significance of black cat
The first shot of the trailer shows a black cat in the Neo therapist’s office. In the first matrix, Neo had a sense of déjà vu when he saw the black cat make the same movement twice in the hallway. In matrix simulation, déjà vu specifically indicates that something has changed due to the system.
Here, the cat may be intended to express deja vu as a clue to the viewer and remind him of that moment from the first movie-Neo is about to start his journey from The Matrix again. Set your thoughts as the theme. Of course, the Cheshire Cat is also an important part of Alice’s story in Wonderland.
6. The Matrix “real world” still exists
Watch a short shot of a ship flying around the “real world” outside the Matrix – At the end of the third movie, The Matrix Revolutions, Neo sacrifices himself to destroy the Agent Smith program. This restarts The Matrix, essentially mediating the peace between Zion and the machine, and the Matrix architect ends the film asking, “How long do you think this peace will last?” Our best guess is that some similarities with Neo still exist. That is, The One knows that it exists as a permanent anomaly at each iteration of the matrix.
You see, we all spent a lot of time doing this in 2002, so we don’t need to look into it. Understand that the dynamics of The Matrix and real-world resistance may still be viable in this movie. It seems that the “war” has begun again. And if you’re wondering if this is the day before … based on the following, we’re sure we can’t.
7. This is arguably a sequel to the Matrix Revolution, not the first
Look at the image above that appears on the trailer for less than a second. This shows Neo with the machine in the blind Matrix Revolutions. The fact that this version of Neo exists in this movie almost certainly excludes this as a prequel, or a matrix of previous versions. This suggests that his body is still in the real world and in the hands of the machine. After a second, Neo wakes up and sees the shots connected to the Matrix. This time I have my eyes open.
Wild Guess: This neo we meet in the trailer has a new and different body. But the old body is still somehow woven into the story.
8. Trinity still seems alive
Another important shot in the trailer shows that Carrie-Anne Moss’ Trinity is connected to The Matrix. This suggests that despite her death at The Matrix Revolutions (before Neo), she also exists in the real world. Hey, it has “Resurrection” in the title of the movie.
9. What is the deal with the Yahya Abdul-Mateen II character?
As multiple sources have pointed out, we are wary of jumping to the conclusion with the character of Yahya Abdul Matine II, who appears to play the role of Morpheus in the film. You can see him wielding two pills and fighting Neo in the digital dojo. You can feel the aesthetics of Morpheus in the glasses. The hints are certainly intentional, if nothing else. Another shot shows him poking at a liquid mirror. This is the way Neo was seen cut in the first movie, suggesting that leaving the matrix has his origins.
By the way, Laurence Fishburne does not appear in this movie.
10. Neo can still stop bullets – and can bend rockets
By the end of The Matrix, Neo was able to dodge the bullets – and Matrix Reloaded allowed him to stop them in the air. In a sequence that clearly looks like John Wick, he leads Trinity and sees him pull off the party’s tricks again. In another sequence on the roof, you can see him bending a rocket into a helicopter. This suggests his power when The One returns in this movie.
11. There is a reference to another Wachowski movie
Small but cool: One of the storefronts behind the trailer Neo is called the Corky Massage Parlor. Corky is the name of Gina Gershon’s character in Washawski’s first movie, Bound, 1996, and the ax parlor logo is a forearm tattoo on the movie’s Garsion arm.
Hey, can you get a speed racer reference next?
Matrix Resurrections will be released in theaters around the world on December 22nd and will be released to US residents for $ 14.99 per month.
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